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A national show of support for DREAMers takes place Monday, February 26 as Catholics are encouraged to reach out to their federal elected representatives on this day and urge them to come together as leaders to compromise, to find a legislative solution for recipients, and those who are eligible for DACA. It is time for Congress to act before the DACA program comes to an end putting millions of young men and women at risk of being deported and leaving behind the only home many have ever known. For more information on how to participate in National Call-In Day click here.

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Marking the beginning of Lent, Bishop Gerald Barnes celebrated Ash Wednesday with students and faculty of the University of Redlands (pictured). In the evening he celebrated Mass with those at the Federal Prison Camp for Women in Victorville.



The diocese held its annual Combined Vicariate Meeting on Feb. 7 for the San Bernardino Pastoral Region at the Diocesan Pastoral Center. Most. Rev. Bishop Gerald Barnes encouraged the faithful of the diocese to learn the history of the diocese with grateful hearts throughout the year in honor of its 40th Anniversary. View Photos

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In collaboration with the Director of MFI (Ministry Formation Institute), Maruja Sedano, and Most. Rev. Bishop Gerald Barnes, the Office of Charismatic Renewal held their 2018 Conference on Feb. 3rd at the University of Cal State San Bernardino. The event was led by guest Speakers included Michelle Moran, former president of the “International Catholic Charismatic Renewal Services” (ICCRS), and Friar Nelson Medina, international speaker from Colombia.

Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus Rutilio del Riego reflects on his recent visit to Gaza and the West Bank of Israel

By John Andrews

  Bishop Rutilio del Riego had studied the Israeli-Palestinian conflict for practically his entire adult life. He had thought about it and prayed about it through the lens of his Catholic faith. He had even visited the Holy Land once before.

Read more: A complicated conflict

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